Wednesday, September 18
- Fund set up to help families of Navy Yard shooting victims
- Gen. Amos: 174,000 force would mean 11 fewer battalions, 14 fewer squadrons
- Boeing to end C-17 production in 2015
- Marine killed, four injured in AAV fire at 29 Palms
- VA: Aaron Alexis never sought treatment for PTSD
- R.I. base didn't consider Navy Yard shooter a threat
- Defense pushes to pause 9/11 case at Guantanamo
- Navy Yard gunman's mom: 'I don't know why he did it'
- SecDef orders military-wide base security reviews
- F-35 costs drop as technical challenges lessen, officials say
- Feds indict 3 for stealing medication from military hospitals
- Service chiefs: Budget cuts put troops, nation at risk
- Iraqi PM appeals for help as car bombs kill 6
- Airlifts yield to door-to-door searches in Colo.
- Vet charity officials must resign, pay hefty restitution
- Gates, Panetta question Obama's Syria strategy
- U.N. report suggests Assad regime behind sarin attack
- Driver accused of striking 2 Army recruiters
- Syria gives Russia chemical weapons evidence
- Navy Yard shooter reported hearing voices through walls
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